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Janet E Fleming: Bio-active frequency generator and method. Regeneration Technology, Gilliam Duncan & Harms, August 19, 1997: US05658322 (147 worldwide citation)

A system and method for generating bio-active frequencies. Such generated frequencies are very precise and are accurate within 0.001 Hz. The frequencies are used to advantage in health science applications such as killing microorganisms and viruses and enhancing tissue regeneration and may be used i ...


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Janet E Fleming: Bio-active frequency generator and method. Regeneration Technology, Gilliam Duncan Harms, November 25, 1997: US05690692 (80 worldwide citation)

A system and method for generating bio-active frequencies. Such generated frequencies are very precise and are accurate within 0.001 Hz. The frequencies are used to advantage in health science applications such as killing microorganisms and viruses and enhancing tissue regeneration and may be used i ...


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Anthony A Nobles, Arthur Lancaster, Robert J Flower, Ben G Brosch Jr: Trocar for endoscopic surgery. Beowulf Holdings, Gilliam Duncan Harms, January 31, 1995: US05385572 (78 worldwide citation)

A trocar has an elongated shaft, and a cutting element is attached to a distal end of the shaft. The cutting element can be a transparent puncturing head formed integrally with the shaft, and a distal portion of the puncturing head is configured as a regular triangular pyramid having three sharpened ...


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Stanley C Maki: GPS/GLONASS travel recorder. Gilliam Duncan Harms, September 17, 1996: US05557524 (73 worldwide citation)

A GPS/GLONASS travel recorder which utilizes the accurate position and velocity information determinable from radio frequency signals emanating from GPS and/or GLONASS satellites and ground stations to create an accurate route map by joining the frequent accurate position data points with user selec ...


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Samuel W Rattray Jr: Resilient cord exercise device for attachment to a static structure. Gilliam Duncan & Harms, July 11, 1995: US05431617 (53 worldwide citation)

An exercise device having a single central element anchored to a fixed structure with a plurality of elastic cables extending from an equal number of "S" type hooks to an elongated handle member. The elastic cables are attached at their ends opposite to the "S" hook attachment to the elongated handl ...


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Richard Bechtel, Don Needham: Re-bar clamp assembly. Gilliam Duncan & Harms, December 13, 1994: US05371991 (51 worldwide citation)

A re-bar clamp assembly for use in forming concrete footings that require the reinforcing steel rods to be spaced upwardly at a predetermined height above the ground so that when the concrete is poured into the footings the reinforcing bars will be completely encapsulated by the concrete. One of the ...


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Fred O Barthold: Full wave buck-boost power converter with buck power converter properties. Gilliam Duncan & Harms, July 25, 1995: US05436818 (49 worldwide citation)

A continuous mode full wave power converter topology which integrates the buck-boost (flyback) and buck converter properties. The voltage transfer function is M=(D/(1-D)), characteristic of the buck-boost (flyback) converter. Characteristic of the full wave buck converter, the inductor current is so ...


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Sheng Y Peng, Wong Foy: Printed-circuit crossed-slot antenna. Gilliam Duncan & Harms, December 3, 1996: US05581266 (44 worldwide citation)

An improved printed-circuit cross-slotted antenna for satellite communication. The antenna comprises a dielectric substrate covered with conductive material on a first ground plane side and on a second radiating side. The periphery edges of the first and second sides electrically interconnect the si ...


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Candace L Johnson: Combination wheelchair and walker. Gilliam Duncan & Harms, September 24, 1996: US05558358 (36 worldwide citation)

A combination wheelchair/walker when in a wheelchair configuration having four spaced apart surface support wheels positioned on each corner of a generally rectangular form in which a person is supported thereby. The rear pair of wheels fixed in their direction of travel and the front pair of wheels ...


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Michael T Tacoma: High strength, light weight, portable building. Gilliam Duncan & Harms, August 26, 1997: US05660005 (27 worldwide citation)

A portable steel framed building which can be rapidly assembled and disassembled. Components of a typical building include at least one ridge beam connected between two spaced ridge receivers with two rafters also secured to the ridge receiver. The rafters extend through hip receivers each of which ...



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